This small body of reports and bulletins was gathered from multiple sources into an artificial collection. The most valuable item is a set of annual reports from 1873 to 1877. All of the rest date from 1960s, with the latest from 1967.
This collection consists of photocopies of records of the present day Eastern State Hospital. The records date from 1828 through 1872 and are arranged chronologically. They include letters to and from family members of patients, bonds, and commitment records. Also included are photocopied articles, gathered by Joan Titley Adams, former medical library director, for her articles on the instituion.
These records include correspondence, financial reports, articles and bylaws, and other pertinent information describing the operating of the Community (Red Cross) Hospital. It portrays many of the problems inherent in such an operation, from large financial ones down to the individual level in the case of problems with individuals, both employees and patients. This section consists of three boxes.
The collection contains a scrapbook, "The Story of the New Jewish Hospital," 1948-1953, compiled by the Jewish Hospital Association president Saul B. Ades. There is also one linear foot of clippings, photographs, and other records compiled by the hospital's public relations department during the commemoration of Jewish's seventy-fifth anniversary in 1980.
Louisville General Hospital annual reports (1933-1944); Board of Governors meeting meetings (1972, 1975); Planning and organization survey (Mar. 1964) and policy manual (1962).
The scrapbooks contain clippings and some correspondence related to the hospital and its business manager/administrator, Houston A. Baker. Fund drives in 1945 and 1948, as well as dedicatory exercises for a new addition to the hospital in 1951, are documented. Microfilmed by the University of Louisville, 1976.
This collection contains administrative records from the project; bioqraphies of health professionals; information on schools of medicine, dentistry, nursinq, pharmacy, and public health in Kentucky; professional orqanizations and other societies; hospitals and related institutions; public health orqanizations; and miscellaneous health topics.